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Discussion in 'macOS' started by msharp, Oct 19, 2007.
Will it be the full, retail package of Leopard, or just an envelop of a DVD disc?
An envelope with a DVD. If history is any indication, it will also only allow you to do an upgrade install from 10.4 and not a clean (or new) install.
It should allow a clean install. Historically the up-tp-date installers just look for a prior version, once located the install process is not different than a retail copy. At least that is what I have had happen in the past and I always do clean installs.
Sorry, I meant clean install as in 'installing onto a blank drive'.